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ABI s Japanese Division Creates Science Center to Foster Research Collaborations

NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (GenomeWeb News) - Applied Biosystems Japan, a division of ABI, has founded Science Center Japan, a center to promote collaborations between Japanese researchers and business partners in the life sciences, the company said today.


Science CenterJapanwill receive personnel, equipment, financial resources, and information from ABI and ABI Japan. Application specialists from ABI also plan to collaborate with outside organizations.


"By building relationships with our customers and encouraging cooperative efforts, Applied Biosystems intends to expand research and technology in fields where Japanis already leading," said ABI Japan President Masahide Habu in a statement.

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